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Which of the following is the solution to y" + 4y'+ 13y = 0?

Which of the following is the solution to y" + 4y'+ 13y = 0?


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y = c subscript 1 e to the power of minus 2 x end exponent plus c subscript 2 cos left parenthesis 3 x right parenthesis plus c subscript 3 sin left parenthesis 3 x right parenthesis


y = c subscript 1 e to the power of 2 x end exponent cos left parenthesis 3 x right parenthesis plus c subscript 2 e to the power of 2 x end exponent sin left parenthesis 3 x right parenthesis


None of these


y = c subscript 1 e to the power of 2 x end exponent plus c subscript 2 cos left parenthesis 3 x right parenthesis plus c subscript 3 sin left parenthesis 3 x right parenthesis

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